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Morning

Thought I'd start a new thread dedicated to the mapping of ODPM data.

Quarterly ODPM data (mean and median prices) by district have been mapped and animated:

http://www.mjdazeley.com/ODPM_581.html

http://www.mjdazeley.com/ODPM_582.html

The data cover 1997Q1 to 2005Q4.

A picture tells a thousand words.

An animation tells you even more. :)

mjd

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Morning

Thought I'd start a new thread dedicated to the mapping of ODPM data.

Quarterly ODPM data (mean and median prices) by district have been mapped and animated:

http://www.mjdazeley.com/ODPM_581.html

http://www.mjdazeley.com/ODPM_582.html

The data cover 1997Q1 to 2005Q4.

A picture tells a thousand words.

An animation tells you even more. :)

mjd

i like it

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Cool

I Love Thematic mapping, what do you use to generate the images?

could we have the images larger and animation slowed right down , moves to fast to really see the HPI sweep across country

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This would make a great animation for the WIKI or the Front page imho. A lot of the populus are thick and can only understand pictures :)

Good Work MJ

TB

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Excellent graphics, The odpm figures are the only ones I take any notice of.

The key needs to be made bigger, and the animation slowed down alot.

Edited by zag2me

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Genius! A picture as they say...

Thanks for taking the time to do it.

I'm sure this will help in educating people, helping them to see what is going on.

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That’s excellent, and it really makes it so much easy to see what’s going on!

Does anyone know where to download (public domain?) regional or city polygon coordinates? B)

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I agree - it is one of the best things I have seen on HPC, and from someone who has only posted 49 times. You really need to get more active - talk about finger on the pulse! Lovin it!

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Morning

Thought I'd start a new thread dedicated to the mapping of ODPM data.

Quarterly ODPM data (mean and median prices) by district have been mapped and animated:

http://www.mjdazeley.com/ODPM_581.html

http://www.mjdazeley.com/ODPM_582.html

The data cover 1997Q1 to 2005Q4.

A picture tells a thousand words.

An animation tells you even more. :)

mjd

Wow, thats cool! B)

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Brilliant.

My wish (see what you've started...) would be for it to be able to show where/when annual yoy prices go/went negative in each area (rather than just the rate of HPI going negative). Lots of blue is cool obvously in showing the trend but for maximum effect and usage we (and wider public) would need a reference point to know when the "slowdown" in HPI turns into an actual "reduction" in prices (HPC).

Could -ve yoy counties be outlined black/red or something? impossible? suggestions.

This has legs.

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Morning

Thought I'd start a new thread dedicated to the mapping of ODPM data.

Quarterly ODPM data (mean and median prices) by district have been mapped and animated:

http://www.mjdazeley.com/ODPM_581.html

http://www.mjdazeley.com/ODPM_582.html

The data cover 1997Q1 to 2005Q4.

A picture tells a thousand words.

An animation tells you even more. :)

mjd

Great stuff! Keep it going.

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Morning

Thought I'd start a new thread dedicated to the mapping of ODPM data.

Quarterly ODPM data (mean and median prices) by district have been mapped and animated:

http://www.mjdazeley.com/ODPM_581.html

http://www.mjdazeley.com/ODPM_582.html

The data cover 1997Q1 to 2005Q4.

A picture tells a thousand words.

An animation tells you even more. :)

mjd

Any chance of an update of this graph?

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i've got firefox, zone alarm, system mechanic, adaware, spyware blaster, shotgun, doberman and was wondering if you can tell me why i see no animation, just colourful blobs.

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i've got firefox, zone alarm, system mechanic, adaware, spyware blaster, shotgun, doberman and was wondering if you can tell me why i see no animation, just colourful blobs.

Its a large animated .gif file

It has to load that and then it 'auto-animates'

Works fine on firefox

TB

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i've got firefox, zone alarm, system mechanic, adaware, spyware blaster, shotgun, doberman and was wondering if you can tell me why i see no animation, just colourful blobs.

Two things to try:

1 ) in Firefox, if it is like Internet Explorer:

Navigate : Internet Options / Advanced / Multimedia - Play animations in web pages

Tick box.

2 ) in Zonealarm

Go Privacy, select "Site List" tab, find mjdazeley.com in list, right click on site name, select options. Now select tab "Ad Blocking". Untick Animation

Morning

Thought I'd start a new thread dedicated to the mapping of ODPM data.

Quarterly ODPM data (mean and median prices) by district have been mapped and animated:

http://www.mjdazeley.com/ODPM_581.html

http://www.mjdazeley.com/ODPM_582.html

The data cover 1997Q1 to 2005Q4.

A picture tells a thousand words.

An animation tells you even more. :)

mjd

That's superb. I applaud your achievements. Could almost be a site saviour! FUBRA should be paying you.

What did you make the gifs with?

Just one minor suggestion: instead of indicating the date with text, why not put a slider across the bottom

that scrolls left to right across a date scale? Maybe you could do something with the surrounding (sea) area to indicate the passage of the seasons - perhaps a rising and falling sun? (high in summer, low in winter).

Edited by Sledgehead

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